The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 12, 1922, Page Page Four, Image 4

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Personal Mention
.Mrii, (', J. Qulgloy returned Inst
night from Yreka whero slip lias
been vlnltlng friends,
0. M. Taylor, assistant engineer of
tlio Southern Pacific, Shasta division, i
Is lioro today.
It. It. Spooner of Sacramento, rep
resenting tlio PnlonOII company. I
making nno of Ills regular business
culls In tills city. '
Mm. I.nng of Dorrls I transacting J
business here. I
T. I.nmnn In n business visitor here j
from 1'iirtlnnd.
Mr. niul Mr. Klootnn nrrlred licrp
Inst night nml will make their home
at I'cllcin Ilay.
Hex W. MrMlllan returned
night after several weeks In
Southern l'aclflc hospital nt
l. It. I'henoger, superintendent of
tho Crater Hot company nt Nr.iy.
riimn up on tlio train last night.
V. C. Krlo of San Krnnrlsco Is stop
ping ut tho White lVllcr.n.
(1. D. Hoffman of Sacramento, rep
lesenllng tho Hall-Low Is company. Is
transacting business hero today.
Mrs. M. OH are returned last night
from Portland where slip has hcen
visiting friend.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. and Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Houston returned last
night from Medford where they were
called hy tho death of William Hob
erts. formerly of this city.
( J. (irecn of the Power Service
company and W. J. MeArlhUp are
business visitors, fom San Francisco.
A. A. SeIIlo, traveling agent of the
Southern Pacific, Is In tho city.
Win. Chalmers and Jack Shaw are
business visitors hero from Weed.
Tho Itov. It. T. Cooklnghnm of the
IClamnth Agency Is registered at tho
llnll. ' ,
II. T. Cooppf Is hero from Slsson.
I.. K. t'hldfster of Modor Point.
A. I'lofel of Malln, Maurice Qulnlln
of Merrill and IJatt Shono nf Malln
were In the city today attending to
business affairs.
Mrs. K. T. filvnn and small son ar
rived on last evening's train from
Salem whero they have been visiting
Mm. divan's: mother for somo time.
They will visit relatives here n few
d'nys before leaving for their homo In
Itohert drlffln nnd family nro mov
ing to the Ilradley ranch near Mer
rill, whero khoy will havo charge for
the coming year.
Hoy Anderson of tho Anderson
drocertcrt.i Is confined to his homo
by Illness. '
nend Application to Irrlga'o
000 acres In Arnold district.
'Ire '
hn -
L. 'II 11,11
n:itTii.tzi:tt plant sni.i)
SANTA HAHltAllA. Cnl , April 12.'
Production of kelp for fertiliser,
, will lie resumed shortly, ns tlio plant '
i in oiiiiiiiirriiiuii, near ncrx-. which
was rnnsiruriou ny me i mien fiaiei
ilepartinpiit of agriculture fur ex
tracting potnth from kelp niul which
liai hcpti cloed for sk month, was
sold rpcpntly to n local man who
plans to put the plant ctieo more In
ron sai.i: i.usi: on tiiadi
Holland house, eay terms.
Whitlock Apia . small .1 moil lit '
M0'1, ... ....
nonse 111 an pans pi iinuinin
Farms close to Klamath Kails, Mer
rill. Mnllii, llonaniii.
Two hundred feet on (Stli St. make
offer per foot.
Forty head of slock cattle at a bar
gain. Thirty head of dairy rows.
Twehc head of logging hem's and
logging equipment.
Ilay. grain and potatoes.
J. .V. Ilramhull. 20S Winters Hlds
Phone H!J. 12-1 3
FOR IWNT New 2-room furnished
npl. Private toilet and bath, down-
stairs. 121 N. 11th St. 12
POP. SAI.K Complete furniture,
bedding etc.. for 2." rooms $1500
cash 'good lease, fine location. J. F.
Magulre, 715 Main street. 12-H
Woman wishes work by
hour or
day. Phone 337J.
KOIl IlKNT One bedroom. 115 Pine
St. 12-H
KOIl IlKNT The Frank Ira White
place close to Klamath Falls, consist
ing of about CO A. under Irrigation
with good Improvements Chllcote &
Smith, 727 Main St. 12-13
FOIt ItENT I room modern, furn
ished house. ;as Jefferson. $.10
per month. 12-15
FOIt IlKNT About 215 A. near
Spring l.aWo school, 12U A under
Irrigation. 30 A In alfalfa, good Im
plements. Chllroto & Smith. 727
Main St. 12-13
POOL. CldAKS. IIAIl Wo have been
Instructed to sell this huslues
$5u0 under Inventory. It Is In good
location and making good money. ,
POOL Close to depot, making
good money, look Into this.
City location on highway, a small
Investment. '
or three real good buys.
OAItAGK On highway North of
Medford, all equipped, will sell
cleared money all winter. In very
best location.
Keep In touch with us.
Iluyers & sellers meet here.
Medford llldg. Medford. 12
Easter Is Here
At no other time should you be
more particular about your
At no other time have we shown
such a varied assortment of styles
and patterns as this Easter
We have the extremely new cut
out 2-straps in satins, grey, suedes
and patents
Pumps for the Little Ones
Luxite Hosiery for all
Special price tables for Easter
- Superior Shoe Service
By Our Country Editors
nOllllIS, Calif, April I
Edward J. Clodo nrrlved
I -Mm.
ovenlng from New York cliy to spoml
n fortnight visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Ilcrthn Thompson of liorris.
whom sho has not seen for some
1 time Mrs CI iHle Is the wire of n
' prominent New York publisher
; Mr. nnd Mrs. tJuy Qunrkenbush dp
1 parted on yesterda morultiK's train
for Talent and Medford where they
will spend a week visiting with Mr.
QunckenliiHli's parents.
d. K Kesterson has arrived from
his home at Ur.mts Pass preparatory
to beginning operatlens for the seas
on nt his mill west of Dorrls. Keter
son expects to begin active operation
within the next few dajs.
Carol Chase Is visiting with friends
and rplatlves In Dorrls after having
spent the winter In Orovllle, Califor
nia. Ihirl Stanlakp Is hark In town after
an extended absence. Ho suffered an
Injured fool whllu employpd In u box
factory and Is barely able to walk.
J. O'Nell of Ml. Hebron was a Dor
rls visitor on business yesterday
afternoon. O'Nell will operate the
Carler mill near Mt. Hebron this
season. Ho expects to begin sawing
within tho next few days
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Jordan were
local visitors over the week-end. Jor
dan Is manager for tho Dorrls Lum
ber and Ilox company.
Mr. and Mrs. . J. doff and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank llarr of tho Associated
Lumber and Hox company departed
one day last week by nuto for Stock
ton and lied Illuff whore they will
spend a week visiting with relatives
nnd friends.
A very pleasing entertainment was
furnished local citizens Friday even
ing hy a group of Mnrdoel young
people who presented "MIsh Cherry
lllossom," a pretty little Japaneto
skit. Miss Frankle Adams ns Miss
Cherry Itlossom carried tho heaviest
rotp of tho play with rrpdlt.
A. F. Padgett was a business visi
tor In IVirrls lyo-dordav' from his
ranch southeast of town.
Mr. Rodcllffe, who Is connected
with the Modoc Lumber company, re
turned homo today after being In
Portland a few dais on business.
Mr. Strowbrldge left on the train
this mnrnlrig for Klamath Falls.
Mrs, C. Iiowman and llttlo daugh
ter, Alice, also left this morning on
the train for Klamath Falts.
Mr and Mrs. A. II Sleake went to
Klamath Falls Saturday In their car.
They said tho roads were tit III very
bad mid n few ears weio stuck tilling
the mail.
Mr. nnd Mrs, A ,C. Johnson, who
for the last few yarn have been at'
the depot here, left last week for Sal
em, whore they will make their homo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. Cartw right and
II. V drlffln visited nt Sliver camp
Ruby Mngness nnd Chnrllo Corbln I
from Chlloquln walked up to Plan
Rldgp Sunday to spend the day with
Mr. nnd Mrs Feder motored to the
Palls vostenlny.
The hasVhalt grounds are now dry
nnd the bov will soon begin practic
ing. The school team Is to play the
Agency and some of the near-by
schools' ns soon as they get a little
On account of the camps being clos
ed the Chlloquln hotel for tho last
few weeks has been full
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harrington
were Chlloquln visitors Monday.
Plans nro being made for n dance
Theodore Walker was a visitor In
Chlloquln Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil Pedign wens up
Friday from Klamath Falls on busi
ness. There has been lots of nbsetice
from school tho past two weeks on
account of sickness.
Charley Scott Warren had quite
serious accident Monday evening
when ho started homo from school.
He was riding a young horse uud In
mounting It the horse got him down
and either kicked or walked over
him and cut a very deep gash In tho
fleshy part or his leg, nnd Just missed
cutting the artery. Ills parents were
called by telephone nnd iniuu to town
as quickly as horses could bring them
over bad roads. Warren nnd Mar
vin Cross started with him for l-ike-view
ns soon as they could gel ready
that evening. Driving all night it took
them 17 hours to go Into l.nkevlo,w
where they Immediately took him to
tho hospital. Dr. Lelthhead uud Or
Smith attended him. Ills wound had
to have many stitches taken and they
found there was sonio Infection In It
However, he Is resting easier nnd the
swelling Is going down. It Ik hoped he I
will bo ablo to leave the hospital
within a week. Mrs. Warren was not
strong enough to make tho trip so
visited with henslster nnd friends In
Illy for several days until War
ren returned from Lnkevlow.
Herman Trott spent a part of the
day Tuesday visiting In Illy.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Campbell nnd
daughters, Ruth and Helen, returned
homo from Klamath Falls on Mon
day They had nn accident coming
home their hack upset with them but
fortunately none of them woro badly
Mrs Emma Kendy returned home
with the Campbells Monday f-oin
Klamath Falls, where sho had attend
cd the funeral of Drew Campbell
Frankle Obenchaln has been out of
school all week on account of Illness,
hut was able to go home tho last of
tho week.
Mrs. Charles Colllvr visited In Illy
on Thursday.
.Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Wallls and
small son spent a few days visiting
Mr and Mrs. Dallus Glvan.
James Clvan returned to Klamath
Falls for a short stay uftor which he
expects to return to tho ranch.
James Dixon, who was transacting
business In Klamath Falls a few days
this week, returned homo Sunday.
Walter Campbell has been quite III
at his homo the past week,
Llttlo Ruth Campbell baa been III
all week and her mother took her to
Klamath Falls on Sunday to consult
a doctor. It Is feared sho has appendi
citis. O. W. Howard has been confined to
his homo with a sovcro cold the past
fow days.
Miss Ruth Owens and Basil Hall
were among the outgoing passengers
on Mouday'H utago. Their, f rlendH
havo nil tholr old shoes and rlcn
ready for tholr return.
MIhh doldln Whetstone, who has
been III for a short time, was taken
to Klamath Fulls by her mother on
Wednesday. Consulting a physician
sho was Immediately taken to tho
hospital and operated on for appendi
citis on Saturday. 8bn stood the ope
ration nicely and tho lust report wnt
gutting along au well oh could ho ex
pected. MIhh JcshIo lioyd Is ablo to bo out
of the hospital aftor her oporatlon
and sho and her mother aro expected
homo In tho near future.
C. W. Warren moved ono bunch of
his sheep from tho J, II. Mitchell
ranch whero they woro being fed, to
his ranch south cast of Illy on Satur
day. Albert Kcady, who has been In
Drews' valloy for tho past few months
Is visiting his mother and friends at
Illy for a few days.
Miss Hazel Whetstone Is staying
at tho homo of Mrs. Jas. Dixon during
her mother's absence
Yes, Sir, It's a New Hat
for Easter
You can attord lo kiss the old one good-bye now
Sunny days are here and every little sunbeam
pokes its finger at you and says:
"Ge! You Sure Need a New Lid!"
Wallkill Hats
$3.50, $4.00
Mallory Hats
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00
Crofut and Knapp Hats
$6.00, $7.00, $8.00
John B. Stetson
$7,00, $8.00, $9.00, $10.00
Mrs. C. U7. Warren Is staying ut
tho Cunipbcll ranch, helping rare for
Mr. Campbell and helping out gener
ally while Mrs. Campbell Is uway
from home.
Mrs. Jjh. Hell was quite III one day
tho first of tho week.
Elmer Jones drovn the teum for
Mrs. Campbell us far us Jennie Drew's
In Yonna valley whero she expected
her brother would tuko (hem on In
tho car.
Tho roads aro drying up enough
uround tho valley so that several
wern In with their cars on- Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watts and
deorgo Iloyd spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wulknr spent
Sunday visiting In Illy.
Arlott Edsall, Miss Paulino Cllft,
and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas divan spent
Sunday evening wjth Mr. und Mrs.
Clarenco Wkillls.
Lawrence Myers ('a mo In on tho
Klamath stage Sunday ovenlng. Ho
will work with his brother on the
J. R. Mitchell ranch.
Mr. and Mrs, Jnines Hull and fam
ily wrn visiting and attending to
mattorH of business In Illy Sunday
John Ilazen camn In an tho Klam
ath stage Saturday night and wont
to tho Mitchell ranch on Sunday. Ho
oxpocts to tako chargo on tho Jack
son placo and look afer D. M. McLom
ore's Interests In that section.
Earn (llvan wont to Klamath Falls
tho last of tho week whero ho expects
to meet his wlfo and small son who
aro expected homo from Salem soon.
Miss Elba Roll wont out to tho
Owen's ranch Frlduy ovenlng to
spend tho week-end with Miss Dap
Tho pool hall has begun to tako on
Put Winter behind you; get the satisfaction of
knowing you're right in style and ahead of the
money game. Get a new Hat today. Our Prices
and Hats nmke this possible
u look of spring us Mr Hoys and Miss
LuuUn Howard have been doing a lot
of spring renovation to make the
Interior more attractive and are about
ready for tliii summer's run,
STOCKTON, Calif., April re
construction of ii dam on the ('u)u
vorus river as u mcuns of safeguard
Ins tho city against floods as well as
in Her Tremendous Triumph
A story of a woman who forgot home,
, husband, child
Tomorrow night Eugene O'Brien in "The Perfect
Lover," and
. Country Store Night
j Admission 10c-20c. Show starts 6:30
It will be the niftiest Hat
in this man's town. Sand
tan, steel -grey shades, in
the favorite " b i n k
crease" model; silk lined
and silk trimmed the
kind of Hat that puts pep
into a man.
Snap into it, men!
for Iho Impounding of water for mun
icipal use, wuh urged ut u recent
meeting of tho Stockton city council.
A resolution was passed providing for
the plmlng on thu ballot at the com
ing election provision for u tl.nun,
000 bund Issue,
l.onu Pine While Pine Ilox and
Lumber company start work on fur
"The Fall of
Next Sunday